Veggetti Pro Table-Top Spiralizer, Quickly Spiral Slice Vegetables into Healthy Veggie Pasta
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- The Veggetti pro vegetable Spiralizer is a fast, easy way to turn veggies into delicious healthy spaghetti
- Spiral slicer comes with 3 interchangeable stainless steel blades - thin, thick & ribbon
- Gluten free, delicious pasta without the carbs
- Great for zucchini, squash, carrots, cucumbers and potatoes
- Spiral vegetable slicer features non-slip suction cup base
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The Veggetti pro table-top Spiralizer is the fast, easy way to turn veggies into delicious spaghetti in seconds. The Veggetti pro's ultra-sharp stainless steel blades effortlessly slice through vegetables for endless pasta strips, delicious salads and coleslaw, onion rings and so much more. Veggetti pro works on almost any size vegetable. The Veggetti pro vegetable Spiralizer is dishwasher safe, does not require batteries, and fits in almost any drawer. Why use Veggetti pro: - zucchini and squash are healthier than traditional pasta and have a delicious taste and perfect texture when sliced in the Veggetti pro. The Veggetti pro allows you to cut thin spaghetti size or thick fettuccini size zucchini noodles. Spiral vegetable slicer breaks apart for compact storage in a cabinet or drawer.
Top Customer Reviews
I took a few slices of bacon, rendered the fat added the noodles, a little salt and pepper. Cooked till a little floppy and then tossed some basil and Parmesan in at the end. It's fantastic.
We have used it with carrots, sweet potatoes, regular potatoes and of course zucchini so far and it is fabulous.
We bought this one because I could not stand the idea of the pencil sharpener one.
Buy this. I have recommended it to everyone I know.
At one point, I thought I broke it because the bit that has the handle, slid right off the track and I thought "oh great." but no, it's supposed to come off as that is how you can clean it and store it. Also it's much easier to clean than the original veggetti.
The only tips I would give is
1.) Make sure that the food you are using is firm, as if it is starting to get a bit soft, it may not stay put in the holders
2.) The blades are sharper than they look and if you are not careful, you will nip your fingers. This could be fun to do with kids, but definitely adult supervised and they should not handle the blades (unless said adult thinks they can handle it lol). Nipping your fingers is not inevitable though.
Granted, I haven't tried the more expensive versions of spiralizers, but for 20 bucks this is great. It comes with 3 blades so you can make super thin noodles, thicker noodles and then this third blade that makes ribbons (which I haven't used yet but I am sure it will come in handy). and I definitely recommend getting it.
P.S. the photo is the first dish I made with the veggetti pro. It was soooo good. It was 1 yellow squash in a green pea sauce with garlic salt. This is another benefit of having this. This dish literally took me minutes to make, is super healthy for you, and was super delicious. I can't wait to further explore various sauces. It comes with a recipe book to by the way though I haven't looked at that yet.
Once attached, my 8 year old has a blast making large piles of zoodles. The center hole in this is kind of big, but when making zucchini we've been using this to our advantage as we take the long centers and sprinkle some olive oil, garlic salt and parmesan on them and throwing them in a toaster oven for a bit to make a garlicy "breadstick" to go with our pasta.
The tines on the slicer are rather thin but they are effective. However for less than $30 it's perfectly acceptable, and it'sno more difficult to clean than any other grater. A spray head in your sink will get most of it off, especially if you do it before anything has tried to the head. Getting the heads on and off are easy and the rest of it can be wiped down easily. I wouldn't recommend putting the whole thing in the dishwasher as you don't want the rubber suction cup to degrade.
All and all I'm really glad I bought this as it makes having an Italian night really easy for those doing low carb, and presenting the kids veggies as a noodle gets them eating more green vegetables than I've ever been able to in one sitting (they ask for seconds just like they do with regular pasta!)
This is a decent value for the money.
It does in fact spiral cut vegetables (needs some pre-softening of harder items)
You can do fun things with food and this makes eating vegetables more fun
The suction cup is generally worthless unless maybe you have a glass countertop? You will end up manually holding it down
If you dont pre-soften harder things like potatoes, this plastic contraption will work your arm off, or break into tiny plastic shards
It feels cheap and is not made with high end materials